AC/DC Scalpers Reap Massive Profit On eBay
Daile Pepper of WAtoday.com.au reports: The mad scramble for AC/DC tickets has continued on the Internet, with passionate Australian fans paying scalpers hundreds of dollars for the chance to attend.
Two tickets, which this morning sold for AUD $150 each through Ticketmaster, attracted bids of AUD $850 only hours after they went on sale this morning.
The legendary rockers' first "Black Ice" show at Subiaco Oval on March 6 sold out in seven minutes this morning, prompting the band to announce a second Perth show, which has now also sold out.
Two extra concerts have been added in both Sydney and Melbourne after the first sold within 10 minutes.
Read the entire report from WAtoday.com.au.
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